Testing Indian Art Supplies // Haul + First Impression of Camlin Art Supplies

Testing Indian Art Supplies // Haul + First Impression of Camlin Art Supplies


– Hey guys! Since I started the series where I was reviewing a lot
of different watercolor sets, a lot of you guys were requesting me testing Indian art supplies. I hear you, I hear you. And that’s why I wanted to test it out and see how I like it. And let me show you what I got. This is a huge huge massive
pack of art supplies. So this video’s going rather a haul slash first impression test out video. So I’m super excited to
see how everything works and let’s start with the first set. And that’s watercolor set by Camel. Camel? It has 12 different shades
and it comes with 12 tubes. Let’s see. It kinda reminds me of the Pentel. Pentel … What’s this? Entry label. Camel art contest. This set kinda reminds me
of the Pentel watercolor set that I showed you guys and it also kinda reminds
me of sugar colors that you’d use for cookies. ‘Cause the colors are so vibrant. Let’s start and test them out. I have cold press watercolor
paper by Hahnemuhle. Yeah, I need a brush, it will be good. Da Vinci watercolor brush. Alright, so let’s see,
let’s start with the yellow. So creamy. It says students watercolor, so it sounds like it’s not that bad and also not super professional. A lot of you guys were asking
me about watercolor tubes because you have difficulties for that. If you’re a beginner and you have no idea how you’re
supposed to use watercolors, you’re not supposed to use
the watercolor in tubes like acrylic paint. You need activate it with paint. Activate it waterco– You have to activate it with water and really use just a
little bit of the paint that is inside. Not straight from the tube. Or otherwise it will last
you just like two paintings. (jazzy music) It’s actually not that bad. Oh, that’s a nice color. Feel like I haven’t painted
roses in such a long time I have no idea how to paint it anymore. (jazzy music) Gonna also add some more here, like so. And maybe a little bit of this yellow. But it somehow, it dries really quickly. I don’t know if it’s the paper. So yeah, I’m actually, I kinda like it. So guys, I approve. (laughs) I would need to test it out more to see how it actually performs. The only problem is that
I think that the colors are just so, it’s a red, like it’s pink, but it’s not that red. Like, now you would need
to know the color theory and how you can create
a red out of this pink and it’s kinda difficult. Let me see. Well I will add a little of brown. This actually makes the
color a little bit like muted so it’s not super bright like here. First impression was pretty good. I don’t know how difficult it would be to create an actual painting. The only things that are
in here are this red, but it’s actually pink, and also this. It looks like a little bit
like a darker red, it’s brown. Next we have brush pens. Watercolor effect with
ease of brush tip pen. It has flexible brush and gives a fine, medium, and bold stroke. So let’s check it out! So I will be using hand lettering paper, because it’s just a smooth
surface, but you don’t have to. This is a beautiful color. Also again the colors are so random. I don’t know. I don’t really like it
when colors are just, why is this blue here and
why is this blue here? Makes no sense! Let’s start with something obvious. This brush is really, I don’t know, it’s very, like why is this, like it’s not a smooth transition between the thick to the thin. Or is it just me? Weird transition. And it’s pretty bended afterwards. This transition, it’s
like, not smooth at all. From downstroke to the side, it’s like, this line, it just stops. Very difficult. I think it’s nice that you
can create very thin lines and thick lines and even thicker lines. That’s pretty awesome. But at the same time, if you want to hand letter, really tricky. The colors are very vibrant as well. It’s not like super dry or anything. And also, the colors
didn’t go through a lot. Which is great! Alright, so the next thing,
this is watercolor cakes. But look at this package. Isn’t it neat? Super cute. I think that’s why I bought it. Ooh. Well this brush looks very scary. Bristles glued together, not
really making a proper brush. So this is not something I would use. Not happy with it. Wow, that’s so colorful! Very nice. But it’s already like, you have so many different
variations of colors. You don’t have just one red
that looks like pink in the end. This is really pretty. God, that’s so cool. And you can just hold it
like a painter and just like, let’s take, let’s take
this beautiful green. I don’t know if it’s creepy or not. I feel like Bob Ross right now. (upbeat music) I would say that the
colors in the beginning, they look a little bit pale
now, once they were dry. So I’m curious how they will dry. So we will just wait a little bit. Alright. What I was most excited about
is this gel crayon classic. It says it’s kinda like a crayon, but you can also activate it with water and then you have watercolors. So it comes with 12 different shades. Alright. Got it. Ooh. Looks like a, like a lipstick crayon. Doesn’t smell like anything. I don’t why I smelled right now, but. Can smudge it a little bit, yeah, okay. So it’s like an oil pastel maybe? Let me see how you actually activate it. Ooh! That’s nice. Like something like here. For example, keep this
and just activate this. So you have something like
texture and more dimension. But I don’t know if it like smudges, like you probably have
to seal it some how. Let me know in the comments if something that I show
you here in the video is something that you
use, what you think of it, if you like it, if you hate it. I’ve never tried something like this. I know there are watercolor
like, sticks, crayons, that you can activate with water but I have never tried them. It’s really cool. I wonder what other techniques there are. The problem is that it’s just very thick. But it’s not very detailed. Maybe I can smooth them out. So they dry a little bit flaky here. So I guess you have to work them in more. The next thing on the
program is color pencils. A lot of you guys are asking about tutorials
on color pencils. I hear you, but it’s just not something that I personally use a lot. I’m more like the watercolor
acrylic type of person. I used to draw more, but nowadays I like to paint more I think. I don’t know. I like watercolor pencils. A lot of colors. Again, why is this blue here? Not here? And why is this red here? I don’t understand why people put colors so randomly. It has lots of shades, like red shades. I think you can pretty much create super great
gradients between those. I don’t what to say about them because I’m not a expert on like, pencils. I think they are pretty nice. Lastly, last but not least we have. Too doo! Oil pastels. I don’t what it is, but I really like the sound of packaging, like packages, like this. (plastic crinkles) So nice. I’m weird. Alright, so it comes with 50 shades, wow. Oh, beauty. Comes with this camel. (laughs) That’s so cute! I guess you can use this for techniques. Scratch the colors off. Let me smell it. I don’t know. Smells like oil pastels, I guess. (laughs) For oil pastels, or pastels in general, you’re supposed to use
like, paint that is– Paint, not paint. Paper that has texture so it can like, the tooth of the paper can
really grab the pigments. This feels differently to
the crayon, that’s for sure. This feels more dry. I watched some tutorials on oil pastels so I can learn a little bit about it and a lot of people were saying the best way is to use multiple colors. Like you want more depth. And create shades and more like create dots
and smudge them together. And why is this red here? I don’t get it. (upbeat music) Because I have no comparison, I don’t know how well or how bad they are. Well, it’s a little difficult
to smudge in my opinion. I think I would use like a smudging tool. Your finger is probably too big for that. The colors just dried. This is the cake, the watercolor cake, and it dried really vibrant and colorful. This is the tube paint and it looks really dull and
pale compared to this, so. I didn’t really expect
that it would work so well, because usually when the
colors come like this, in this like, tabs, they don’t really perform
that will in my opinion. So I need to test out if they are really like,
translucent or not, if you can blend them nicely, but if you just want to have fun with them I think they are great. Probably smell a little bit like plastic. Anyway. (laughs) So I really hope you enjoy this video. Give this video a thumbs up and let me know what else
you would like to see in the future. If you’re new here,
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button and activate the bell. Thank you so much for watching this video. I hope you’re having a great day and I will see you soon. Bye!

Dereck Turner

100 thoughts on “Testing Indian Art Supplies // Haul + First Impression of Camlin Art Supplies

  1. Harsimardeep Kaur says:

    I am indian learning artist and i likedvur reviews but i would recommend doms art supplies they are a way better i guess plz do try those also..

  2. Zia sultana says:

    I'M from India too

  3. Chinime Anime says:

    I am a Indian!

  4. Raj Devanesan says:

    People from India create masterpieces with these supplies so……

  5. NARUTO S T S says:

    I love the oil pastels they mix very well and are very good for different shade
    For example to give a shade of a tree where one side is bright bcoz of the sunlight so first color lemon yellow lightly then light green then medium green and then dark green. Then color lemon yellow properly so it will mix properly without making your hands dirty

  6. Dhruv Dandekar says:

    when pros use our childhood art supplies

  7. Aquaholic Aquaculture says:

    I am from India

  8. happy destiny says:

    Indian here ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

  9. Gunjan Joshi says:

    I have used all of these ๐Ÿ˜€

  10. Crafty Me says:

    Try doms supplies

  11. Aaruni Deshpande says:

    No hate but for the brush pens it takes a while to get used to them. I have them and after practicing for a while and I think I have gotten better. โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜

  12. ROHIT KATIAN says:

    You are nice

  13. ABDullah Ehsan says:

    That camlin brush pen is so bad

  14. Srevatsan says:

    A dumb and snooty way to test colours. Those are KIDS RANGE of watercolour pan and tube set. There is an Artist range which you should have reviewed.

  15. Mohammed Sirazul Islam says:

    My favorite is brush pens in general stores

  16. Latha Menon says:

    Do you test all countries colors or specially suffering fm India forbia. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  17. Alan Walker says:

    Hey I'm from India hellow you using the product for students my god then tell me how you can satisfy with it?

  18. Alan Walker says:

    10:07 you want to use tissue ๐Ÿ˜  my goddddd

  19. Anu Gupta says:

    I use Camlin brush pens for hand lettering , and feel they are really nice

  20. Jaela Thao says:

    I like the second one

  21. akshaya r says:

    Its not red its 'CRIMSON RED'(Students water colour one).

  22. Carla Barcelo says:

    Swaps colours
    Her : WoW sO cOloURfUllllll

  23. Prosun Chatterjee says:

    Those watercolors are students grade.. you can try artist grade camlin watercolors for better result

  24. swagatika swain says:

    These are not for professionals…These are for school students….
    You should try professional range colours of same brand..

  25. Aendri April says:

    You said the red looked more pink that's because you just added too much of water

  26. No: Six says:

    โค๐Ÿ‘

  27. Amrita pritam says:

    I like smelling colors too whenever I purchase new color I first smell them .

  28. Phoenix 05 says:

    There are Professional or Artist supplies of the same company. Do try them.. These are basics recommended for School. Nice video by the way. ๐Ÿ™‚ โค๏ธ

  29. Jen 33 says:

    I have the same pet peeve seeing colors not arranged logically. The first thing I do is to organize colors in family before numbering them (even when color name is on the stem). I canโ€™t abide pens/pencils in a tube container or a box container that they jostle.

  30. Sudha Verma says:

    I'm a Indian girl

  31. Keerthana Jayakrishnan says:

    Y didn't you use Artist colours of the same company?

  32. Najmuddin Khety says:

    I use the brush pens for colouring

  33. anirban Jana says:

    You should use doms pencils and pls leave a like โค๐Ÿ‘ if you are a indian

  34. Sayeshaโ€™s World says:

    I love camlin brush pens they are hard to use at first but you have to practice with them to get them perfect ๐Ÿ˜„ I also hand letter a lot !

  35. donzai anurag says:

    I use camel oil pastels as well as camel brush pens,I love using 'em. Thanks for making the video. Lots of love from India๐Ÿ˜Šโค

  36. Emma Collins says:

    I'm an Indian and I'm also into art. I'll be honest, I cannot stand the so called "art supplies" that these brands make. Never seen something worse than Camel… Honestly.

  37. Calliphoney says:

    I came here to be embarrassed (because Indian art supplies…
    Well, aren't that good) and mm you used it nicely. Guess that makes me a bad artist ๐Ÿ˜›

    No wonder I do more digital art. XD

  38. Siddharth Vallamshetty says:

    It's good to see indian art supplies in other country

  39. Ananth K says:

    Iam indian๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿง ๐Ÿ•‰๐Ÿ•‰๐Ÿ•‰

  40. A True Gamer says:

    crayola are the worst , CAMLIN IS THE BEST

  41. Jarin Rosy says:

    Proud to be an Indian ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

  42. Maru Hiren says:

    Fantastic……

  43. Aditiart _scribble says:

    4:35 it's not just you. That problem exists.

  44. Aditiart _scribble says:

    Indian Artist supplies of the same company are so much different. Try using them

  45. Aarna Vishwakarma says:

    my fav art supply is colored pens just to jot down notes and experiment with doodles!!!!!!!!

  46. Madhuparna Bose says:

    Hi.. Please test professional version of these colors. Thanks for the video.. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  47. Emiri chan says:

    I want thee watercolorrr suu much!! ;>

  48. Jiya Thakkar says:

    I dont think that anyone in India uses that watercolour crayon๐Ÿง๐Ÿง๐Ÿง๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…

  49. Ashok Bhardwaj says:

    Well, thanks

  50. aparna bawaskar says:

    Hi mako I am from India I like pallet colours and you? If anyone love India hit like

  51. a n n i e says:

    My friend has those camel brush pens, i dont think they're that bad. They're JuIcY

  52. Shefali Yadav says:

    Indian supplies are always super cool……. And they are perfect

  53. ANIL KUMAR says:

    Please make a video on artist indian art supplies

  54. neeta vanaju says:

    Am from india

  55. OCTA MUSIC says:

    Iam indian and iam so sick of these indian art supplies cuz they (…)

    U know!๐Ÿคทโ€โ™€๏ธ

  56. Subhash Seal says:

    Put orange and the red together it will be red
    Like if u agree๐Ÿ‘‡

  57. sanchaita banerjee says:

    I don't know.. how can you say that they are not good? I use them every day.. Anyway i think you should try our food.. Our food is really awesome which you will love… Love from INDIA

  58. Somen Chakraborty says:

    They sure are wonderful ๐Ÿ˜

  59. varkala asokkumar says:

    can you do me a favor that, please compare camlin artist water color and Windsor and newton cotman watercolor

  60. No this is Patrick! says:

    If your indian, these supplies explain your entire childhood

    Like if you are indian! ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

  61. coocki swirl c c says:

    if you are from canada click this๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡

  62. Inifinty TB says:

    Lol whenever I use watercolours in cakes I always doubt it because sometimes it forms a dry chalky layer on the page…

  63. Durva Ramnathkar says:

    These are not real art supplies
    Indians use these in school when theyโ€™re 5 years old and donโ€™t know how to paint…
    Try and find better Indian brands.

  64. GachaLuv YT says:

    Before watching: if you say anything bad about them i swear-

  65. Manoj Kumar says:

    That satisfying feeling when you hear the crinkling sounds from the packaging is a type of asmr….You should try it

  66. pratham bappakhane says:

    You can smooch the crayon with tissue papers.

  67. V ROCKZ says:

    In India there are n copics so much we have to use the brush pens for coloring

  68. jessica tauro says:

    OMG, I'm Indian and i literally use the camel art supplies from this video, I was so pumped. Shook!

  69. jessica tauro says:

    I use the camel Artist watercolor palette and it's not bad at all. It's a turquoise blue packaged metal box. I love it.

  70. dakshi saklecha says:

    Anybody in 2019 hit this
    ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡

  71. Pritam Shaw says:

    Test Camel artist watercolour

  72. Jatinder Singh says:

    i would LOVE to see you use natural indian stone pigments
    i really like your videos

  73. Aravind Mohan says:

    Your voice lovely like it

  74. generic person says:

    99% of the comments: I'm from India

    1%of the comments: sorry to hear you didn't like the supplies

  75. Siddiqui Afreen says:

    India=Views

  76. crazy _1 says:

    I live in India so.. You actually helped me for which colors to use.

  77. AD Creativity says:

    IAM from India…As a professional Artist I daily use all these colors….but You have to use ARTIST version… it's for students….. only the brush pen & the gel one for all.

  78. Asim Dutta says:

    From India….

  79. Kashish Srivastava says:

    Love from India xoxoโค

  80. aneetta sam says:

    Im an indian and i am suggesting you to try artists water colors etc rather than trying this students supplies….. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Šbut i like it…….

  81. Mahi JB says:

    I'm from India. Indian stationeries are not that good. I really love Japanese stationeries. But the availability of Japanese stationeries is a nightmare in India.

  82. Vanshaj Sharma says:

    One who is Indian will hit like button ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡

  83. Naheed Tasneem says:

    Well these are the students variety. You should try the artists version, and the quality and packaging are much better of course.

  84. Coloured Cookie says:

    I love this video! It was so honest and alive! No mistakes cut out! You should do this more often!!

  85. yusar seef says:

    They are worst just say it!

  86. Bindhu Srivatsa says:

    Yes yes Iโ€™m from India and I am proud of my country….is there anyone from India?

  87. Puneet Dembla says:

    WHY WHY WHY didnt you test artisk series camlins ??? they are dirt cheap too. wouldnt have cost you much

  88. al fannan says:

    I am from India and I use camel ,and I think it's pretty cool . Thumbs up if you agree ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  89. #armyforever #BTS says:

    Thanks now u know how bad they are

  90. Dalia Sarkar says:

    Use artist grade paints from the same brand. These are all students supplies.

  91. The GlossyViolinist says:

    What country are you from?

  92. zub shaikh says:

    I am Indian

  93. multi taskers says:

    If you like camlin,apsara,natraj,neon ..please hit a like!!

  94. Sunitha Mannattil says:

    Iam from India

  95. sidra shareef says:

    Try indian DOMZ supplies it will be the best!!

  96. yash wanted yadav says:

    As for professional purpose ,camlin is not near to good , but for basic beginning or school work ,can be used cause it's cheaper

  97. Gargi Sil says:

    You should have used artist colours.

  98. Tara _ says:

    Honestly these are school supplies
    You should try ART supplies.

    Also I do not know where you got these from but you need to go to the best stores also camlin is a big company in india but some times the colours on the tube/ the names differ from the colour.
    The brush pens are meant to be for SCHOOLs like shitty school projects the other pens from other brands are different.
    The brushes that come with the water colours are supposed to be temporary/ travelling brushes.

  99. Shanmuga Sundaram says:

    If your are a Indian art lover ๐Ÿ‘‡

  100. Saiffudheen Kacheri says:

    Love you makoccino and your all videos i wont miss anyone

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